Photos show hundreds of Harley Davidson motorcycles on Burnham-on-Sea‘s seafront.
A parade of 400 Harley Davidson bikes travelled through the town’s High Street after 11.30am on Sunday (April 29) before parking on the Esplanade.
Travelling from across Somerset and beyond, the large number of motorcyclists travelled to Burnham-on-Sea as part of their annual Cider Rally.
The bikers from Bridgwater Chapter traditionally travel to Burnham-on-Sea as part of the four-day event. The motorcycles remained on the seafront until mid-afternoon before the hundreds of bikers left for Weston-super-Mare.
Watch the video above, captured by Mike Lang, to see the motorcycles on the town’s esplanade.
Members of the Bridgwater Chapter gather at Pontins Sand Bay in Weston-super-Mare over the four-day event to meet old friends, make new friends, enjoy live music and socialise.
The group are also known for their charity work – £2,500 was donated to BARB Search and Rescue to help fund new defibrillators and equipment for the beach safety charity.
The group, which started in 1989 has taken part in rides in Australia, Europe and United States of America.
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